The investigation into a death in the Charlottetown Harbour earlier this summer continues.
In August, a 21-year-old Island man died from injuries he sustained after the personal watercraft, also called a Sea Doo, he was operating collided with another one.
Sgt. Leanne Butler with the RCMP said the investigation is ongoing and that no charges have been laid at this point. Because of the nature of the collision, there are several agencies the RCMP has been consulting with, and Butler said they are still waiting for reports to come back.
“It’s active, it’s not like on the shelf or anything,” she said. “I have a guy that’s working on it quite a bit.”
The Guardian will update this story as new information is made available.